Illustrator Sarah Tanat Jones is certainly no one trick pony, with work spanning politics, chicken shops, lemurs and the opera, as shown last time we featured her work.
With a bunch of new images on her site we were particularly captivated by her partially clad women, which form part of a miniseries called Rituals. The works look at the day-to-day things that us chicks do, like dressing and making ourselves smell nice. Or at least some women; this writer is more a dry shampoo, jumper on inside out kind of a gal. Elsewhere, Sarah’s waded into the Trump conversations with a satirical take on the flabby-faced zillionaire’s “Make America Great Again” slogan.
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